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Clinton Hill »

Meet the 8 Animals Keeping NYC Cute

From a barking deer to grazing goats, the city is full of curious (and cute) creatures.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Parents Sign Vow to Be Responsible Bosses to Nannies

A workers' rights group guides employers on how to pay a living wage and treat people with respect.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Teachers Raise Funds to Throw Carnival for Students in Need

Staff at a Bed-Stuy school serving children in need want to throw a carnival for their students.

Midtown »

High Rents Force Brooklyn-Based Fashion Network into Garment District

High rents in Brooklyn pushed Manufacture New York to open its first fashion incubator in Midtown.

Upper West Side »

Curbside Organic Collection Coming to UWS Apartment Building

The building asked the Department of Sanitation to include it in its roll out of organics pick-up.

TriBeCa »

Brooklyn Vegan Restaurant to Sprout Takeout Spot in TriBeCa

Sun In Bloom, a Park Slope vegan eatery, is aiming for a Jan. 11 opening of its new TriBeCa location.

New York City »

Brooklyn's Best New Dishes and Where to Eat Them

Recently opened Brooklyn restaurants serve up unique plates.

New York City »

Health-Conscious New Yorkers Cheer Benefits of Abstaining from Alcohol

For some New Yorkers, the decision to quit drinking means a cheaper and healthier lifestyle.

New York City »

A Twist on the Easter Bunny Features Rabbit on New York City Menus

Several restaurants around the city offer rabbit dishes for the holiday.

New York City »

Don't Call It a Comeback: New York's Vinyl Resurgence

Monday night Vinyl Club in Ditmas Park is a sign of a thriving New York vinyl record scene.

New York City »

Where to Watch March Madness in Style in New York's Neighborhoods

Catch the NCAA championship games at these upscale bars.

New York City »

Look Beyond Favorites to Up-and-Coming Schools in the Neighborhood

Experts urge parents look beyond pricey, name-brand school zones and neighborhoods to find bargains.

Park Slope »

Lot 2's Crispy Chicken Keeps It Simple But Fresh

Crispy Chicken is a staple on Lot 2's ever-changing menu.

Upper West Side »

UWS Dad Hopes Spoof Newspaper Becomes 'The Onion' for Parents

James Clunie's parody newspaper The Parenteer pokes fun at Manhattan parents.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Residents Say They're 'Fortunate' in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Dozens of trees were felled, but the neighborhood avoided major power outages and floodings.